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STOL High-Lift Design Study Volume II. Bibliography

Report Number: AFFDL TR 71-26 Volume II
Author: May, Fred
Author: Widdison, Coli A.
Corporate Author: Boeing Company
Laboratory: Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1971-04
Pages: 337
Contract: F33615-70-C-1277
Project: None Given
AD Number: AD0724186

The state of the art of STOL aerodynamic technology for selected lift/propulsion concepts has been surveyed to identify the available test data and prediction methods in the literature. The report consists of two volumes. In Volume I important areas of technology and information necessary for the evaluation of STOL aircraft aerodynamics are listed; the aerodynamic test data and prediction methodology relevant to the deflected slipstream and externally blown flap concepts are assessed, with emphasis on the latter; an empirical method for the prediction of the longitudinal aerodynamic characteristics of externally blown flap configurations is presented; and high-lift technology for five lift/propulsion concepts is assessed in application to a medium-sized STOL transport. Volume II consists of a bibliography that resulted from a literature search for aerodynamic information related to seven lift/propulsion concepts suitable for STOL aircraft. The bibliography contains references to approximately 900 reports classified by concept and by technological area.

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